release date:

January 01, 2014


Humans have trapped their vision of the world in a spider web called language, everything you know, every structure of your thought is developed linguistically before it develops at any other scale. Your reality is condemned to the semantics of the construct of it, things wouldn't exist if they don't take part in language, as you even give the "unknown" a restricted meaning to a the word "unknown". and a galaxy wouldn't exist without the word itself. Our divorce from nature, our failure to communicate is the fruit of an irritated spectrum to this world. Syntax and its rules is the mother of all rules as it has been developed first by each of us. we talk in words, we think deeply in words, and small is the room left to higher forms of communication and reflection. Language is the real matrix that shapes the depth of our reality, one thing is certainly in common; mortality. "Heny Maatar"

The Syntactical Nature of Reality (2014)

All music is composed, designed, Performed and produced by Heny Maatar aka Fusam. Except for Track 1, 5, 8 co-written with Omar Lahiani, Danny Idriss and Henry Maliani respectively. Words in track 2, 6, 7 and 8 are taken from Juan José Campanella's "El Secreto de Sus Ojos", Alain Damasio, Alex Jones and Eckhart Tolle respecively. Lyrics on "The Age of Aquarius" are written and performed by Heny Maatar aka Fusam. This musical endeavor is released independently and under no authority or label. This album has no commercial dimension, by buying this you just help Fusam touring, making music and cover up the fees of production. The tracks on this record are open-source and takes part of digital freedom, it can be only used for personal and public use in term of awaring and sensitivizing. All lyrical and musical rights are only reserved by the universal ethics and manners. All The Thanks go to: Jezia Labidi, Omar Lahiani, Abdelhamid Ben Selma, Henry Maliani, Danny Idriss, Nabil Saidi, Natalie Memhardt, Dhouha Rekik, Rochdi Kacem, Fares Lamouri, Nihed Amara, Rami Ben Ahmed, Oussema Gaidi, Christine and Fakhri Phung Essraoulia, Asma Haddouk, Kais Euchi, Maroua Trimeche, Mohyeddine Rouached, Marwa Ayed, Badr Abdelmoula, Thank you all for the inspiration, the belief and the support.